Disney is offering a private jet tour to all 12 of its parks around the world for $110,000

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Disney has officially announced a “bucket list adventure” that will see its guests who pay the whopping $110,000 price tag travel globally on a 24-day trip around all 12 Disney parks on a private jet.

The “Disney Parks Around The World - A Private Jet Adventure” will allow 75 Disneyphiles to travel around six different countries for 24 days on a trip that includes all 12 Disney theme parks. Guests will also have the opportunity to visit three popular tourist attractions: the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza and the Eiffel Tower.

Guests will travel to nine different locations, including Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Agra, India. Some of the offered “world-class accommodations” include the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Shanghai Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and The Oberoi Amarvilas in Agra.

Exclusive tours around the Lucasfilm Campus and Walt Disney Studios will also be included.

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The lucky guests will be taken on a “VIP-configured Boeing 757” jet operated by Icelandair, and will be accompanied by a private chef, three adventure guides and a physician.

Booking begins on Jun. 20, and the trip is scheduled to take place next year from July 9 to August 1. According to Disney, spots will be prioritized to those who have already been on previous Disney adventures, and although the $110,000 cost does not include airfare from departing and returning cities, most meals will be included. The minimum guest age is 12 years old, although Disney recommends guests to be 14 years old and above.

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